Pulitzer Prize–winning New Yorker Architecture Critic Paul Goldberger is joining Vanity Fair as a Contributing Editor. He will write about architecture and design for the magazine.
Goldberger had been with The New Yorker since 1997, has written several books, was once dean of Parsons School of Design, and currently holds the Joseph Urban Chair in Design and Architecture at the New School. Goldberger won his Pulitzer for his work at The New York Times.
“This is an appointment that thrills me profoundly,” Graydon Carter said. “Paul is about as gifted a commentator on architecture, urban planning, and design as anyone you’re going to find these days — in other words, he’s just a brilliant writer.”